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Summit Coal Mining Co. is producing 75 tons per day and disposing of it to local consumers between here and Spokane. It is the intention of the company to ship the bulk of the coal to Portland.
Mr. Leopold Schmidt of Olympia and Henry Schupp, manager of the Bellingham Bay Brewery, plan to build a cold storage and ice plant. A site has been secured on the south side of the railroad, west of the Cascade Lumber Company's warehouse.
Mayors of the town of Cle Elum were Thomas L. Gamble, Elmer E. Simpson. First city mayor was R.E. Kermen. Their pictures appear in the paper.
Paper contains an ad by the Wall Street Mining Co. to invest in their stock.
Mr. Roy Barry filed incorporation papers and organized the Wall Street Mining Company. Incorporators are as follows: Edward Bury of Roslyn - President, Richard Lewis of Roslyn - Vice, Gus Lundstrom of Roslyn - Secretary and Treasurer, Wm. Newstrom…
The total sales for the play, "Heart of Chicago," were as follows: child price tickets - 22, general admission - 126, and reserved seats - 400. This is 548 in total.
Frank Carpenter will be manager of the bank in Cle Elum. Organizers of the bank are John F. Green, A.E. Mitchum, M.F. Adams, Rev. T. Lincoln Brown of Birmington, England, Ralph S. Stacey, manager of the London and San Francisco Bank of Seattle,…
The N.W.I. Co. have completed some 20, three and four-room cottages, at Mine No. 5 mid-way between Cle Elum and Roslyn. Water is from Roslyn.
Methodist Church to be dedicated. A picture is included in the paper.
Frank Carpenter purchased the office fixtures and safe of the Kellogg Bank trustees. Carpenter plans to open his bank on November 1st.
Cle Elum's beautiful new opera house was opened Saturday evening.
The Kachess Lodge K. of P. , of Cle Elum, held a picnic and barbeque. A feature was the barbeque presided over by John Theo. DeGork and George Roethlisberger who cooked ox and sheep in trenches.
Mr. Buffo is an old timer here and Roslyn. In fact, he was the first Italian to settle in Roslyn.
The forest fires have crossed the Cascade range and are now dangerously close to Easton.
The forests in the mountains and valleys north and west of Cle Elum for miles are a mass of flame. This has been the driest summer since 1884.
Article gives a rundown on the activities, winners, and names of local participants.
Arrangements have been made by Mr. Hamilton and James Wright to ship 35 carloads from here on or about August 18th. With an average of 280 head to the car, this assignment will total 9,800 head.
There averages one saloon to every 140 persons. This number includes men, women, and children. In total there the population is 1700 and there are 14 saloons.
Walter J. Reed deeded ground for the hospital. About 7 acres are involved.
F. Carpenter of Edwall, Washington wants to set up a bank here if he could purchase the office fixtures and safe from the Kellogg trustees.